Saturday, October 19, 2013

Quick and Easy to Crochet Slippers Free Pattern

As the weather gets colder and we look for gifts to crochet for loved ones this winter why not try to make a pair of slippers with cuffs to keep a loved ones feet warm?

Adult Chunky Slippers Free Crochet Pattern

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I created these easy and fast slippers using Bernat Softee Chunky yarn in Royal Blue and a size H Crochet hook.  But they could also be made using worsted weight yarn and holding two strands together.
These are pretty easy to make I made them to fit a women's US Size M 7-9 but they can be modified by reducing or adding to your first chain stitch.
This slipper is made by crocheting a rectangle approximately 9" wide by 10" high and single crocheting the rectangle together or using a tapestry needle to sew up the ends.  The toe is at one end and the heel is at the other end of the slipper.  Pull the toe together tightly in order to gather a toe and stitch or crochet a seam in the heal leaving enough yarn for your foot to go in.  
Materials:   (2) 3.5 oz Skeins of Bernat Softee Chunky yarn or two strands of any regular worsted weight yarn held together throughout the pattern.
Size: H (5.00 mm) Crochet Hook for Women's size
1 Row = 1 inch


Pattern for Slippers

Chain 25 for Women's Medium Slipper 
(For kids slippers or smaller slippers reduce to 20 or less and for men slippers or larger increase to 30 or more depending on the foot size)
Row 1:  DC in 1st chain from hook and in each chain across, ch 1 and turn.
Row 2:  DC in dc across the row, ch 1 turn.
Row 3-14 (this row is the width of the slippers and can be adjusted according to a foot size):
Repeat row 2, do not cut yarn yet  - Rectangle is made 
Complete the back of the slipper by folding the slipper in half and SC the slipper to make the back of the slipper as shown in photo...

Once You have crocheted the back of the slipper closed finish off and cut yarn...
Next we will be crocheting the top of the slipper closed and making a cuff around the top of the slipper...
With the slipper wrong side out go to top of slipper and insert your hook in the edge with a slip stitch...

Next - *1 SC in next ch, skip 1 stitch, repeat until end of row chain 1 turn...
Now you will be crocheting the slipper closed on top and the cuff around the top of the slipper 
Holding the slipper closed on top sc approximately 10 sc stitches on top to close the slipper (just be sure that your foot hole is not too small or too large to slip your foot into).
Next without cutting the yarn yet turn the slipper right side out to crochet around the cuff edge... Chain 1 to turn and start cuff





Row 1:  DC in first chain stitch and all the way around, ch 1 turn
Row 2:  DC  in first DC and all the way around
Finish off with slip stitch in beginning of row 2.  Cut yarn...
This Pattern crochets up quickly and can be made in any size by varying the number of stitches and rows.
The pattern is basically a rectangle that is crocheted into a pair of slippers with cuffs. The pattern can be worked with a thick yarn or with a worsted weight yarn and holding 2 strands together. The pattern below is for a women’s size 7-9 approximately but it can be adjusted by varying the stitches and the rows in the rectangle.
Note: The toe is at one end and the heel is at the other end of the slipper. Pull the toe together tightly in order to gather a toe and stitch or crochet a seam in the heal leaving enough yarn for your foot to go in.

Pattern Without Pictures .......
Cozy Crocheted SlippersMaterials: (2) 3.5 oz Skeins of Bernat Softee Chunky yarn or two strands of any regular worsted weight yarn held together throughout the pattern.
Size: H (5.00 mm) Crochet Hook for Women's size
1 Row = 1 inch
Pattern Instructions:
Chain 25 for Women's Medium Slipper
(For kids slippers or smaller slippers reduce to 20 or less and for men slippers or larger increase to 30 or more depending on the foot size)
Row 1: DC in 1st chain from hook and in each chain across, ch 1 and turn.
Row 2: DC in dc across the row, ch 1 turn.
Row 3-14 (this row is the width of the slippers and can be adjusted according to a foot size):
Repeat row 2, do not cut yarn yet - Rectangle is made
Complete the back of the slipper by folding the slipper in half and SC the slipper to make the back of the slipper as shown in photo 
Next: Once you have crocheted the back of the slipper closed finish off and cut yarn...
Next: Crochet the top of the slipper closed and making a cuff around the top of the slipper...
With the slipper wrong side out go to top of slipper and insert your hook in the edge with a slip stitch...
Next Round - *1 SC in next ch, skip 1 stitch, repeat until end of row chain 1 turn...
Now you will be crocheting the slipper closed on top and the cuff around the top of the slipper
Next Round - Holding the slipper closed on top sc approximately 10 sc stitches on top to close the slipper (just be sure that your foot hole is not too small or too large to slip your foot into).
Next Round: Without cutting the yarn yet turn the slipper right side out to crochet around the cuff edge... Chain 1 to turn and start cuff
Row 1: DC in first chain stitch and all the way around, ch 1 turn
Row 2: DC in first DC and all the way around
Finish off with slip stitch in beginning of row 2. Cut yarn...



Family Time Slippers Crochet Pattern Pack - Electronic Download Family Time Slippers Crochet Pattern Pack - Electronic Download
Crochet Quick and Easy Slippers is for your whole family, from youngest to oldest! Flat pieces are constructed like a moccasin with gathered ties for a comfortable and custom fit. Girls/Ladies style includes a ruffled top edge.Crocheted with Bulky yarns, they are sturdy, warm and work up quickly for the perfect last minute gift! Models shown in Premier Serenity Chunky yarns sold at AnniesCatalog.com and only 1 skein needed for child sizes and 2 skeins for adults. Instructions are included for 7 sole dimensions ranging from child small to adult extra-large.





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